Plaintiffs file for summary judgment in Arizona case for the freedom to marry

fasttrackfbThe case to secure marriage equality in Arizona is on the fast track.

That’s right: Plaintiffs in the case challenging our state’s marriage ban filed a motion for summary judgement asking the presiding judge in the case to rule without a trial.

If the judge accepts the motion, he could rule as soon as this fall! But the fight to secure the freedom to marry still has a number of hurdles to cross before wedding bells can ring in the Grand Canyon State.

One of the biggest hurdles is Attorney General Tom Horne, who is continuing to waste taxpayer dollars by defending the indefensible marriage ban in Arizona.

Let’s join together with thousands of Arizonans calling on the Attorney General to stop standing in the way of loving and committed couples. Click here to tell A.G. Horne to stop defending Arizona’s marriage ban in court.

The Attorney General just doesn’t seem to get it. With successful rulings from coast to coast, it’s getting harder and harder for A.G. Horne to justify wasting taxpayer dollars defending our unconstitutional marriage ban.